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  • The consideration of Disability as a “factor” of custody is not so simple. Involved in that consideration are the personal perceptions & biases of the decision-maker as well as evaluators, litigators and both parties. That becomes less so if the standard is more whether, with reasonable accommodations,adaptations and supports, there still remains a significant disability influencing the best interests of the child. Simply assuming the mere presence of disability is cause for concern presupposes a negative analysis and conclusion based on no facts but personal perception, even of the disabled individual in the way color once presupposed abilities or a lack thereof.

    February 12, 2014

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